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... projects at CUTS International, doing research, organizing events, going to meetings, and learning about trade policy advocacy. I'm a little intimidated, but pretty excited! Here's their website if anyone wants ore information: http://www.cuts-geneva.org.
Fun fact: I went to the UN on Thursday for a special UN Library talk. I won't bore you with the details, but the most important take aways are: 1) I got a temporary official badge 2) ...
... this year which daughter Chantalle arranged for me was excellent in helping me get the basics right and practice here is constantly improving my technique. Helen reckons I'm skiing particularly well considering my years, and it's true I can't say I've seen anyone else of my age on the slopes (maybe because they're more risk averse!).
Seemingly I had another brush ...
As I said, I was really worried about NYE and how I'd handle spending it without Cate by my side. Well as it turned out, I was fine. In fact the party we went to in the village café was one of the best NYE parties I've ever been to. The café had gone to trouble to create a really buzzy atmosphere with mood and strobe lighting, hundreds of balloons, a DJ playing very catchy and very loud music, and a youngish group of ...
... ski buses to and from parking areas to the other main ski areas. It is very well organised and very reasonably priced.
On our way back we deviated up to the top of the mountain which towers over Talloires, my hotel's village to view some unbelievably beautiful white and frozen countryside.
John and Helen continued their wonderful hospitality with dinner in their apartment accompanied by some excellent local wines.
... traffic lights and removal of 75% of the zebras would be an ideal fix.
Out for dinner at a small place called Nota Bene, we enjoyed our meals, they were very flavorsome and beautifully presented yet moderately priced.
Back in our room we could hear the roar from the Musilac concert down at the lake, we must be 2km away but heard every minute.
Tomorrow Sue and I are going to indulge in the thermal baths and visit the Faure Museum,